bleach

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beyazlatmak
ağartmak
(Tekstil) 1. ağartmak ( beyazlatmak ), kasarlamak; 2. ağartma maddesi Açıklama: Life renk veren maddeler uzaklaştırılarak beyazlığın arttırılması işlemidir
kastarlamak
(Kimya) ağartma
ağartma maddesi
beyazlamak
kasarlamak
ağarmak
beyazlatıcı madde
{f} beyazlat
çamasır suyu
{f} rengini açmak
{i} beyazlatıcı
ağartan sey
{i} ağartıcı
{i} çamaşır suyu

Bu, çamaşır suyu gibi kokuyor. - It smells like bleach.

Amonyak ve çamaşır suyunu birlikte karıştırma. - Don't mix ammonia and bleach together.

ağar/ağart
ağar
bleach plant
(Kimya) Ağartma tesisi, beyazlatma tesisi
bleach bath
beyazlatma banyosu
bleach bath
kasarlama banyosu
bleach effect
(Tekstil) ağartma etkisi
bleach plant
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) beyazlatma tesisi
bleach spot
(Tekstil) ağartılmış benek
bleaching
(Gıda) renk açma
quick bleach
hızlı beyazlatma
quick bleach
hızlı ağartma
bleaching
beyazlatıcı
bleaching
beyazlatma
bleaching
ağartıcı
bleaching
{f} ağart
bleaching
ağartma
bleached
beyazlat
bleaching
ağartmak
chlorine bleach
klorlu ağartıcı
bleached
kastarlı
bleaching
(Tıp) Ağarma, beyazlaşma
bleaching
kasarlama
bleaching
aklanma
bleaching
(Tekstil) ağartma ( kasarlama ), beyazlatma Açıklama: Life renk veren maddeler uzaklaştırılarak beyazlığın arttırılması işlemidir
bleaching
kastar
calcium bleach
(Askeri) KİREÇ KAYMAĞI: Bak. "bleaching material"
chlorine bleach
(Tekstil) klorlu ağartma
do not bleach
çamaşır suyu kullanmayın
high test bleach
(Askeri) YÜKSEK VASIFLI KİREÇ KAYMAĞI: Normal kireç kaymağının iki misli klor ihtiva eden ve klor neşrettiği zaman yakıcı gazları zararsız hale getiren bir kireç kaymağı. Bu madde de, bulaşıcı maddelerden temizleyici madde olarak kullanılır
ozone bleach
(Teknik,Tekstil) ozon ağartması
ozone bleach
(Teknik,Tekstil) ozonla beyazlatma
preliminary bleach
(Tekstil) ön beyazlatma
super tropical bleach
(Askeri) sıcak iklim kireç kaymağı
supertropical bleach
(Askeri) SICAK İKLİM KİREÇ KAYMAĞI: Bulaşıcı maddelerden temizlemede standart kireç kaymağı olarak kullanılan dengeli bir madde. Ayrıca bakınız: "bleaching material"
to bleach
kasarlamak
to bleach
kastarlamak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
For corals to lose color due to stress-induced expulsion of symbiotic unicellular algae

Once coral bleaching begins, corals tend to continue to bleach even if the stressor is removed.

To treat with bleach, especially so as to whiten (fabric, paper, etc) or lighten (hair)
A chemical, such as sodium hypochlorite or hydrogen peroxide, or a preparation of such a chemical, used for disinfecting or whitening
A variety of bleach
{v} to whiten, to make or grow white
Converting a metallic silver image to a halide or other salt which can be removed from the film with hypo
product capable of lightening the hair and skin
A chemical bath to convert the black metallic silver that forms a photographic image into a compound such as a silver halide, which can then be dissolved or dyed Bleach is used in toning and in many color processes
Bleach is produced by reacting chlorine into a dilute sodium hydroxide solution Bleach is used for whitening paper, soap, straw and cotton, and for disinfection, water purification and in sanitary cleaners
To grow white or lose color; to whiten
make whiter or lighter; "bleach the laundry"
the act of whitening something by bleaching it (exposing it to sunlight or using a chemical bleaching agent)
This term usually refers to liquid chlorine (sodium hypochlorite 12% available chlorine) It is the same chemical used in laundry bleach but pool chlorine is 12% available chlorine while laundry bleach is about 5 to 6%% available chlorine
(Sodium Hypochlorite) Chlorine based chemical which is sometimes used in aquaculture for footbaths etc Their efficiency and period of effectiveness is not as good however as iodine based products as it is inactivated by organic matter quicker They are also used for disinfection of tank walls, floors etc , however the chlorine (which is the "active ingredient") will often evaporate out of the solution as it is swilled around the tanks or across floors The rapidly reduces the effectiveness of the product, and can lead to incomplete disinfection Very corrosive to metals, avoid contact
remove color from; "The sun bleached the red shirt
A dilute solution of top">sodium hypochlorite or top">calcium hypochlorite which kills bacteria and destroys colored organic materials by oxidizing them
To make white, or whiter; to remove the color, or stains, from; to blanch; to whiten
Liquid chlorine (Sodium Hypochlorite) used to sanitize water Pool "bleach" has 12% available chlorine, while laundry "bleach" has only 5-6% available chlorine
an agent that makes things white or colorless
A product that cleans, whitens, removes stains and brightens fabrics
A chlorine solution used to whiten pulp in paper making
the act of whitening something by bleaching it (exposing it to sunlight or using a chemical bleaching agent) the whiteness that results from removing the color from something; "a complete bleach usually requires several applications"
Common household bleach, a k a sodium hypochlorite A reasonably effective and very inexpensive cleaning and sanitizing agent for brewing equipment and beer bottles Must be rinsed (or allowed to air dry for an extended period of time) to prevent off flavors from the chlorine reacting with compounds in the beer
the whiteness that results from removing the color from something; "a complete bleach usually requires several applications"
Chemical used to reduce image density
To make white or colorless by means of chemicals or the sun's rays
Bleach is a chemical that is used to make cloth white, or to clean things thoroughly and kill germs. a chemical used to make things pale or white, or to kill germs. to make something pale or white, especially by using chemicals or the sun. Solid or liquid chemical compound used to whiten or remove the natural colour of fibres, yarns, paper, and textile fabrics. Sunlight was the chief bleaching agent up to the discovery of chlorine in 1774 by Karl Wilhelm Scheele (b. 1742 d. 1786) and the demonstration of its bleaching properties in 1785 by Claude-Louis Berthollet (b. 1748 d. 1822). In textile finishing, the bleaching process is used to produce white cloth, to prepare fabrics for other finishes, or to remove discoloration. Chlorine, sodium hypochlorite, calcium hypochlorite, and hydrogen peroxide are commonly used as bleaches
Ordinary laundry bleach used in a mild water solution as a soil fungicide
If you bleach something, you use a chemical to make it white or pale in colour. These products don't bleach the hair. bleached pine tables. a bleaching agent
If the sun bleaches something, or something bleaches, its colour gets paler until it is almost white. The tree's roots are stripped and hung to season and bleach The sun will bleach the hairs on your face
{i} chlorine product used for whitening; act of whitening
{f} make white, whiten
An alternative name for sodium hypochlorite
remove color from; "The sun bleached the red shirt"
Bleach is produced by reacting chlorine into a dilute sodium hydroxide solution This solution is also known as "Eau de Labarraque", and "Eau de Javel"
bleach liquor
a solution containing bleaching agents that is used to bleach textiles or paper pulp
bleach wash
{i} process of washing fabric or clothes with bleach in order to soften the look of the material
bleachable
Capable of being bleached without excessive damage, as articles of laundry
bleached
Simple past tense and past participle of bleach
bleaching
Present participle of bleach
bleaching
{n} the act or art of whitening
bleached
blanched
bleached
(used of color) artificially produced; not natural; "a bleached blonde"
bleached
past of bleach
bleached
(used of color) artificially produced; not natural; "a bleached blonde
bleached
whitened; made white using bleach
bleached
having lost freshness or brilliance of color; "sun-bleached deck chairs"; "faded jeans"; "a very pale washed-out blue"; "washy colors"
bleached
Whitened; make white
bleached
having lost freshness or brilliance of color; "sun-bleached deck chairs"; "faded jeans"; "a very pale washed-out blue"; "washy colors" (used of color) artificially produced; not natural; "a bleached blonde
bleaches
third-person singular of bleach
bleaches
plural of bleach
bleaching
{s} whitening, lightening, brightening
bleaching
Whitening of teeth with a peroxide based material May take from 1 visit to 2 weeks to complete
bleaching
(漂白)
bleaching
Method used in the paper-making process to produce a bright white paper sheet It produces dioxins
bleaching
Also known as whitening, the process of lightening off-colored or stained teeth with supervised bleaching methods This can be done in-office with a laser or at home with individualized trays, according to the convenience of the patient
bleaching
The act of removing the color from a substance or surface A bleach liquor is a water solution of sodium or calcium hypochlorite used as a laundry and textile bleach, germicide, and deodorant
bleaching
The act or process of whitening, by removing color or stains; esp
bleaching
The technique of applying a chemical agent to the teeth to whiten them See more about bleaching
bleaching
Whitening of teeth
bleaching
bucking
bleaching
Bleaching is a process in which a gemstone's color is removed using a bleaching agent
bleaching
The technique of applying a chemical agent, usually hydrogen peroxide, to the teeth to whiten them
bleaching
Removal or modification of coloured components in pulp to improve brightness Bleaching is carried out in several consecutive stages
bleaching
A chemical process used to whiten and purify the pulp Bleaching also adds to the sheet's strength and durability
bleaching
A process by which corals expel their colorful zooxanthellae and turn white or pale
bleaching
Papermaking process to whiten cellulose fibres
bleaching
oxygenating and conditioning the teeth with an acid based gel
bleaching
the process of whitening fabrics by chemical agents
bleaching
Loss of color, usually caused by exposure to sunlight
bleaching
A treatment to reduce natural pigments (carotenoids, chlorophylls and xanthophylls) and other impurities such as cations of iron, copper and zinc
bleaching
a process during which retinene splits from opsin when light strikes on photopigments
bleaching
The cosmetic whitening or reduction of coloured substances by the chemical action of an oxidising or reducing agent The process is likely to weaken paper, and is rarely recommended to be used in library and archive preservation
bleaching
An erroneous term used to denote a condition of the surface under a tape that has remained the original surface color while the surrounding exposed area has discolored
bleaching
chemical process that removes color, impurities, or spots from fibers or fabrics during fabric finishing or garment laundering
bleaching
The phenomenon of corals or clams expelling their symbiotic algae usually due to stress This usually results in a pale or white color in the specimen which may or may not recover from the result Most commonly seen in SPS corals due to either sudden exposure to high intensity lighting or excessive water temperatures
bleaching
the process of removing stains or of whitening fabrics, especially by the use of chemical agents
bleaching
acid based gel used to condition teeth and make them whiter
bleaching
A step in color film processing when the metallic silver image is converted into halides, which are later removed during fixing
bleaching
Lightening selected areas of the image using bleaches or reducers The most common bleach is potassium ferricyanide Other tonal techniques include burning, dodging, flashing, and toning
liquid bleach
a solution containing bleaching agents; used for laundry
bleach
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